Mplus Version 8.6 is now available. Mplus Version 8.6 includes corrections to minor problems that have been found since the release of Version 8.5 in November 2020 and the following new features. Registered users who purchased Mplus within the last year and those with a current Mplus Upgrade and Support Contract can download Version 8.6 at no cost by logging into their customer account.
Free Mplus workshops - Dr. Michael Zyphur has made available a free 3-day workshop held in July 2019
at the University of Melbourne. The workshop covers the new General Cross-Lagged Panel Model (GCLM) in Mplus. A second course will be offered sometime between Nov 25 and Dec 13, 2019. Additionally, a
5-day Mplus workshop covering various modeling topics, from basic correlation and regression to multilevel structural
equation modeling and latent growth models in Mplus is available for viewing and download.
Upcoming Mplus Short Courses
Structural Equation Modeling: Part 1 On Demand, July 12 - August 9, 2021.
Structural Equation Modeling: Part 2 On Demand, August 16 - September 13, 2021.
Structural Equation Modelling using Mplus, interactive live stream, September 16, 2021.
Testing for Mediation and Moderation using Mplus, interactive live stream, September 17, 2021.
Multilevel Modelling using Mplus, interactive live stream, September 23, 2021
View our Courses Page for more information on these and further courses.
The Mplus Demo version is available for download at no cost. The demo version contains all of the capabilities of the regular version of Mplus
and is only limited by the number of observed variables that can be used in an analysis.
Student Pricing for Mplus Version 8.6
Special student pricing is available for Mplus. The student version of the program is identical to the regular version.
Mplus Version 8.6 User's Guide and Examples
The Mplus Version 8.6 User's Guide page contains html and pdf versions of the user's guide as well as input, output, and data for the Mplus User's Guide examples.
Papers Using Special Mplus Features
Papers using special Mplus features ordered by date and topic.
Mplus Web Notes
Mplus Web Notes is a vehicle for presenting information on Mplus analysis techniques.